San Joaquin General Hospital is seeking a Deputy Director of SJGH Nursing—Maternal/Child Services to provide the overall management and leadership to a group of divisions of the inpatient Nursing units: Labor & Delivery and Intensive Care Nursery. This Senior Management position will report to the Hospital Chief Nursing Officer and will plan, organize, direct and evaluate the SJGH Nursing Standards of care, practice and performance. The Deputy Director—SJGH Nursing will work in a collaborative fashion with hospital personnel and medical staff to achieve the hospital’s goals of providing efficient, effective, culturally sensitive care to patients, while focusing on the patients, physicians, employees and the community as customers.
Education: Possession of a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, Health Science, Business Administration or other closely related field. A Master’s Degree in Nursing, Health Care Administration or Business Administration or other closely related field is highly desirable and preferred.
Experience: Four years of management experience at a level equivalent to a Nursing Department Director, in addition to two years clinical experience in labor and delivery, as a registered nurse in an acute care hospital of 100 or more beds.
License and Certificates: Current registration as a nurse in the State of California.
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
Potential Cashable Compensation
Approximate Annual Salary: Step 1 $185,218 - Step 5 $225,133
5% Deferred Comp annual: Step 1 $9,260 - Step 5 $11,256
Vacation Cash-out 15 Days Annually: Step 1 $10,686 - Step 5 $12,988
Approximate Total Cashable Compensation: Step 1 $205,164 - Step 5 $249,377
In addition to the base salary, the County offers the employee several other benefits to include the following:
- A 5% employer contribution to the County’s 457 Deferred Compensation Plan
- Vacation cash-out up to 15 days annually
- 1937 Retirement Act plan — reciprocity with CALPERS · 125 Flex Benefits Plan
- 12 days sick leave annually — unlimited accumulation
- 15 days of vacation leave (20 days after 10 years and 23 days after 20 years)
- 14 paid holidays per year
- 10 days administrative leave per year